Nelson hired as HMS dean of students

Mease Principal George Bruder (center) honored kindergarten students Hunter Brodale (left) and Alleyah Smith for perfect attendance during the 2016-17 school year. (Inset picture) Elementary Principal George Bruder (back left) honored several students for perfect attendance during the 2016-17 school year. In front from left to right are: Caden Fredin, first grade; Hunter Green, second grade; Rayven Andersen, second grade; and Kayla Weinert, third grade. Second row: George Bruder, Isabelle Brodale, Morgan Mann and Jocelyn Domingues, all fourth graders. Not pictured was Carter Reed.

The Humboldt Board of Education met on Wednesday, May 31 for a short meeting. Personnel moves included the hiring of Brad Nelson to serve as middle school dean of students and activities director for the 2017-18 school year. The board also approved the hiring of Emily Lane as summer academy teacher. Lane teaches science at the high school during the academic year.
Cadie Schmadake was hired as main cook at Taft Elementary School for 2017-18. She will also handle the summer food program.
Carol Quint was hired as high school special education teacher while Roseanne Gammello was approved to teach science at the high school level.
The board also approved extended year contracts for elementary school teachers Jenny Boswell and Bree McDaniel for working with a second grade student with special needs. The board also hired Tyler Benschoter as high school Spanish teacher for 2017-18.
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